E-40 (@E40) released his three-album set The Block Brochure: Welcome To the Soil, Pt. 4, 5, & 6 not too long ago which means he’s got a ton of potential music videos on the way. Today sees the release of the King Harris assisted “Thirsty” in which the pair, accompanied by Jay Rock and Too $hort, head to the club. Check it below.
Mississippi’s Lostarr recruits Yo Gotti and Meek Mill for the video to his “Rags To Riches” track. Expect to find this on Lostarr’s Overworked and Underpaid.
John Mayer and Katy Perry get up close and personal in this intimate visual for their duet “Who You Love”. This cuffing anthem appeared on John Mayer’s latest album Paradise Valley, which is in stores now.
Ne-Yo (@NeyoCompound), Lady Antebellum, Aloe Blacc and Dan Wilson were chosen by ASCAP to craft a song celebrating their milestone of 100 years in operation. Watch below. ASCAP’s commissioned short film “Why We Create Music” celebrates the organization’s 100-year history by providing a behind-the-scenes look into the creative process of a veritable who’s-who of today’s…
Boston George (@BostonGeorgeAMG) and Big K.R.I.T. (@BIGKRIT) link once more for the video to their joint single entitled “Faded.” The video version of the track also features fellow Houston-native Slim Thug. Take a look at the video above and be sure to pick this one up on iTunes.
Drake invited out Big Sean (@BigSean) to share the stage with him in his hometown of Detroit at Palace of Auburn. Drizzy performed “All Me” then had Sean Don surprise the crowd in attendance as he came out to recite his verse. Watch below.
Shanell (@Shanell_SNL) goes back to the basics of love with this slow jam off her “Midnight Mimosas” EP. Watch below.
Eminem (@Eminem) and Rihanna (@Rihanna) reunite in front of the camera lens for this visual aid to “The Monster”, the uptempo pop infused rap single from MMLP2. Rihanna gets inside of Eminem’s head to help battle his inner demons, watch and find out if Em can tame the monster within.